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contents of Breviora (Volume no. 67-120)

NOTES ON CERTAIN SPECIES OP TETRAGNATHA(ARANEAE, ARGIOPIDAE) IN CENTRAL AMERICAAND MEXICO
By Arthur M. Chickering
pages 1-7

Collection records: A male and a female from Ocho Rios,January 1929 (W. S. Brooks) ; several of both sexes from St.
Catherine, Port Henderson, Salina, November, 1949 (Bengry,Lewis, Wiles) ; both sexes from St. Thomas, Lysson, June, 1954.
pages 7-11

Tetragnatha guatemalensis 0.
P. Cambridge, 1889
pages 11-13

The specimens of both sexes from the Dominican Republicseem to agree well with our current understanding of this species.Tetragnatha pallescens
F. P. Cambridge, 1903 r. pallescens Bryant, 1945
pages 13-0

Cambridge, Mass. January 31, 1957 Number 69
A NEW ZODARIID SPIDER FROM PANAMABy Arthur M. Chickering
pages 1-1

.1. FULIGINOSA LINNAEUS, 1758(REPTILIA: AMPHISBAENIDAE)
By Carl Gans
pages 1-1

TAXONOMIC NOTES ON THE NEW WORLD FORMSOF TROGLODYTES
By Raymond A. Paynter, Jr.
pages 1-5

Troglodytes troglodytes semidiensis (Brooks)Xanniis IiicmaJis semidiensis
Brooks, 1915, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 59. p. 400 — Chowiet Island, Semidi Islands, Alaska.
pages 5-1

Cambridge, Mass. March 29, 1957 Number 72IS THE ANT GENUS TETRAMORIUM NATIVE INNORTH AMERICA?
By W. L. Brown, Jr.
pages 1-8

1!)'>4. The ant genus Strumigcnys
Fred. Smith in the Ethiopian and Malagasy regions. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 112: 1-34, cf.pp. 4-7.
pages 8-1

THE DISCOVERY OF CERAPACHYINE ANTS ON NEWCALEDONIA, WITH THE DESCRIPTION OF NEWSPECIES OF PHYRACACES AND 8PHINCT0MYRMEX
By E. 0. Wilson
pages 1-1

THE LARVA OF THE ANT GENUS DACETINOPSBROWN AND WILSON
By George C. Wheeler aud Jeanette Wheeler
pages 1-1

DASYPELTIS MEDICI LAMUENSIS, A NEW RACE OFEGG-EATING SNAKE (OPHIDIA, REPTILIA) FROM
COASTAL EAST AFRICA
pages 1-2

is based, and i\lr. J. C. Battersby of the British Museum (Natu-ral History). London (BM), as well as
Dr. Heinz Wermuth of the Zoolooisehen Museums der Universitat, Berlin (ZMTH, for
pages 3-1

TO J. P. KIRTLAND (1793-1877),IN THE LIBRARY OF BOWDOIN COLLEGE
By James M. Moulton
pages 1-0

Cambridge, Mass. September 30, 1957 Number 81
CONTKIBUTIONS TO A REVISION OF THE EARTH-WORM FAMILY LUMBRICIDAE. I. ALLOLOBOPHORA
pages 1-1

MYOLOGICAL EVOLUTIONOF SNAKES
By Walter Auffenberg
pages 1-1

REDISCOVERY OF THE AUSTRALIAN CHELID GENUSPSEUDEMYDURA SIEBENROCK (CHELIDAE.TESTUDINES)
By Ernest E. Williams
pages 1-0

Museiiimi of Comparsitive ZoologyCajibridge, Mass. January 31, 1958 Number 85THE CHOANAL PAPILLAE OF THE CHELONIIDAE
By Thomas S. Parsons
pages 1-7

1946. The Fossil Mammals from the Tertiary Deposit of Taben=buluk,Western Kansu. Part II: Simplicidentata, Carnivora, Artio-dactyla, Perissodactyla, and Primates. Palaeont. Sinica,
N. S. C, 8b:l-259.
pages 7-1

AX EMBOLOMERE JAW FROM THEMID-CARBONIFEROUS OF NOVA SCOTIA
By Alfred Sherwood Romer
pages 1-7

1938. Fossil rtoia of Sydney Coalfield,
Nova Scotia. Canada, Dept.
pages 7-1

REMARKS ON SOME FORMS OF CINCLUS (AVES)
By James C. Greenway, Jr.and Charles Vaurie
pages 1-10

Whistler, Hugh, and James
M. Harrison
pages 10-1

A FOSSIL VAMPIRE BAT FROM CUBA
By Karl F. KoopmanAcademy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa.
pages 1-4

Genus BiMASTOS Moore, 1893BiMASTOS PARVUS (Eiscu, 1874)Jalla, Patna, Bihar, March, 0-0-1,
E. C. Lacy. Rawalpindi, Punjab, May, 0-0-6. F. G. Dickason.
pages 4-0

Cambridge, Mass. September 18, 1958 Number 94AFFINITIES OF THE PATAGONIAN FOSSIL MAMMALNECROLESTES
By Bryan Patterson
pages 1-14

1928. Die Saiigeticre. Einfiihrung in die Anatomie und Systematikder recenten und fossilen Mammalia. Band II. SystematischerTeil.
Jena: Gustav Fischer: i-xxiv, 1-898.
pages 14-1

A NEW BOLIVIAN LAND SNAIL OF THE GENUSDRYMAEUS
By Juan Jose Parodiz
pages 1-2

Drymaeus iwreirai, sp. nov. M.C.Z. no. 168843, El
Carmen, Prov. Chi- quitos, Depto. Santa Cruz, Eepubliea de Bolivia. Hno. F. S. Pereira andCarl Gans, c-ollectors. (Holotype X "IV-i.)
pages 2-0

Cambridge, Mass. September 19, 1958 Number 9(i
A NEW DICHOBUNID ARTIODACTYL FROM TPIE
pages 1-1

Cambridge, Mass. October 27, 1958 Number 97FUSION OF CERVICAL VERTEBRAE IN THEERETHIZONTIDAE AND DINOMYIDAE
BY Clayton E. Ray
pages 1-0

BREVIORAMuseiiinn of Comparative ZoologyCambridge, Mass. December 12, 1958 Number 98
TWO NEW SPECIES OF BATHYLAGUS FROM THE
pages 1-0

Cambridge, Mass. December 19, 195S Number 99
A NEW SUBSPECIES OF CHAMAELEO JACKSONI
pages 1-0

Cambridgk, Mass. December 23, 1958 Number 100OX THE PINEAL ORGAN OF THE TUNA,THYNNUS THYNNUS L.
By Uno Holmgren
pages 1-1

A XEW JAMAICAN GALLIWASP (SAURIA, ANGUIDAE)
By Garth Underwood
pages 1-2

Diploglossus microblepharis sp. nov.Type and only known specimen. M.C.Z. 55764; collected byR. P. Bengry and G. R. Proctor, 3rd. May 1952, Boscobel, St.
Mary, Jamaica, West Indies, 18°24'N, 76°58'W.
pages 2-2

Eleutherodactylus ramosi sp. n.Type. Museum of Comparative Zoology No. 30428, a 9 fromCambalache Forests, n. Puerto Rico, Coll.
J. A. Ramos, Aug. 1952.
pages 2-1

STUDIES OX FISHES OF THE FAMILY OPHIDIIDAE. III.A XEW SPECIES OF LIJPOPHIDIUM FROM BARBADOS^
By C. Richard Robins
pages 1-1

Cambridge, Mass. April 14, 1959 XrMHKK 105BVFO GIJNDLACHI, A NEW SPECIES OFCUBAN TOAD
By Rodolfo Ruibal
pages 1-1

THE OCCIPITO-VERTEBRAL JOINT IN THE BURROW-ING SNAKES OF THE FAMILY UROPELTIDAE
By Ernest E. Williams
pages 1-1

A REVISION OF THE DACETINE ANT GENUSNEOSTRUMA
By William L. Brown, Jr.
pages 1-10

Neostruma zeteki new species(Figs. 1 and 5)Holotype worker. TL 2.0, HL 0.53, ML 0.20, WL 0.52 mm.,CI 68,
MI 38, ICD 38. Paratypes : TL 1.8-2.1, HL 0.50-0.56, ML 0.19-0.22, WL 0.47-0.53 mm., CI 67-70, MI 37-40, ICD 37-39.
pages 10-12

Neostruma myllorhapiia sp. nov.(Fig. 4)Holotype worker. TL 2.4, HL 0.58, ML 0.37, WL 0.62. scapeL 0.23, funiculus L 0.52 mm. ; CI 74,
MI 64, ICD 45.
pages 12-1

OX THE PIXEAL AREA AXD ADJACENT STRUCTUREROF THE HRAIN OF THE DIPNOAN FISH,
PROTOPTERUS ANNECTEN8 (OWEN)
pages 1-0

Cambridge, Mass. June 16, 1959 Number 110THE SPIDEK GENUS C0LE080MA (ABANEAE,THERIDIIDAE)
By Herbert W. Levi
pages 1-6

I Tlierldion epiensis Berland, 1938, Ann. Soc. Eut. France, vol. 107, p. Kill,figs. 107-109, 9. 9 type from Epi, New Hebrides, in the MuseumNationale d'Histoire Naturelle,
Paris. NEW SYNONYMY.
pages 6-1

ON THE CAUDAL NEUROSECKETORY SYSTEM OF THETELEOST PISH, FVNDIJLVS HETEROCLITUS L.
By Uno Holmgren ^
pages 1-10

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSDr. Gunnar Pridlierg, Zoological Institute, Stockholm, has readthe manuscript and oft'ered valuable suggestions. The help of
Dr. A. B. Dawson, Biological Laboratories, Harvard University,in preparing the manuscript is gratefully acknowledged.
pages 10-1

A MorXTED SKELETON OF THE GIANTPLESIOSAUR KR0N0SAVRU8
By Alfred Sherwood Romer
pages 1-0

BREVIORAMuseiuiim of Comparative Zoology('AMUUiDdi:, Mass. Xovkmukk 2, 1959 NrMHKK 1 1;{
A NEW PllVLLOMEDUSA FROM BOLIVIA(SALIENT I A, HYLIDAE)
pages 1-1

NEW GENUS OP FOSSIL SNAKE FROM THEITALIAN EOCENE
By Walter Auffenberg
pages 1-1

THE LEMON-COLORED PLEXAURIDS FROM THEWEST INDIES AND BRAZIL
By
pages 1-1

INSECTIVORES OF THE MIDDLE MIOCENE SPLITROCK LOCAL FAUNA, WYOMING
By Katiierine Milmine Reed
pages 1-1

1. ANOLIS CHRISTOPHEI, NEW SPECIES, FROM THE
CITADEL OF KING CHRISTOPHE, HAITI
pages 1-1

Cambridge, Mass. February 24, 1960 Number 118A SURVEY OP TIIP] LEPTODACTYLID FROGS,GENUS EVP80PHV8, IN CHILE
By .Iose M. Cei*
pages 1-0

('AMUKiixiK. Mass. March S. HKiO Xi:.mi',i;k llHAPv( TIC AKCHIBEXTIIAL AND ABYSSAL MOBLl SKSFROM DKlFTlXi; STATION ALPHA
By Arthur 1L Clarke, Jr.
pages 1-2

Table 1. U. S. Station
Alpha Bottom Samph^ AVhieh Yielded
pages 2-1

TAVO SPECMES OF TORTOISES INNOKTIIEKN SOUTH AMERICA
By Ernest E. Williams
pages 1-5

Dept. Cxindinamarca ,
W. of Honda
pages 5--1


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